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Poster: bluedevil Date: Aug 12, 2008 10:30pm
Forum: GratefulDead Subject: Re: running on empty and live at the filmore east...

worthy of consideration:

Marley and the Wailers - Babylon by Bus

John Coltrane & Thelonius Monk - Live at Carnegie Hall [not "rock" but definitely one of the most significant musical "finds" of recent years]

I happen to love the Dylan Live Rolling Thunder Review 2 disc set from '75 that came out a few years back as part of his ongoing "bootleg" series

Led Zeppelin - How the West was Won (made me rediscover that what I loved as a stoned adolescent was so much better than I knew)

Gil Scott Heron and Brian Jackson - It's Your World (if only for the live version of Home Is Where The Hatred Is)

Semi-detached Mock Tudor - Richard Thompson Band

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Poster: veblen Date: Aug 12, 2008 11:15pm
Forum: GratefulDead Subject: Re: running on empty and live at the filmore east...

the monk-coltrane is so very wonderful...I seem to recall a guy found it mislabeled in a box of old tapes someplace...I was so happy when I heard the news that it was being released and when it was it didn't disappoint and still doesn't...

since they were playing on a full bill and pressed for time it is pretty much straight ahead monk and trane...kind of nice hearing them sans any long bass/drum solos...(I believe that is next on my playlist)

Live Rolling Thunder Review, I just love the line: "remember durango larry"

I need to listen to How the West was Won but I have done some of my own rediscovering of zep from shows during the same tour and have been completely blown away ...

oh and one that might never see the light of day again is neil's time fades away...I guess he wasn't that happy with it but I still can't get enough of it...

I probably should take a look at the list but they usually just upset me so maybe I will avoid it this time.

This post was modified by veblen on 2008-08-13 06:15:31